After finishing the Part 2: Starting R, I thought we’d like to take a break and see some cool stuffs, to give you (somewhat) more motivation to learn R.
I’ve posted several articles earlier:
- A bit about R markdown: R markdown is a markup language. It embeds all your codes and plots in one readable documents without having copy-pasting back and forth from R to word processor. The
Rmdformat is text based and it originally can only be converted to
docxfile without having to run Ms Word at all. Just use R.
Click the following menu:
Open R Studio > File > New file > R Markdown.
Then copy the entire post and paste it verbatimly in your R Markdown window. Then click
knit Word(at the upper tool bar), you’ll see the magic.
- Linear regression: Excel and R: In this post you would find the main difference between
point and clicksoftware like Ms Excel and
command linesoftware like R. In this case I talked about how to make a linear regression using both software.
- How to make QQ plot in R: unlike another posts about making a plot, in this post I showed the transformation from basic command to make plot and the tweaking needed to add some useful informations. I’m not using any addition package in this post, like: